Matariki is a small star cluster also known as Pleiades and the Seven Sisters (Subaru in Japanese). Matariki celebrations usually begin on the day of the first new moon following its appearance in the pre-dawn sky in New Zealand in late May/early June. Traditionally Matariki is the time to prepare the land for crops, plant trees,...Read more
About: Kotahi Tourism
Kotahi Tourism offer Māori, Aboriginal and natural environment tours, education programs and cruises in Sydney and New South Wales Coast (Conjola, Narooma and Scotts Head).
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Why Kotahi Tourism?Māori heritage is intrinsic to who I am. The connection Melinda and I have to culture is one of the drivers for us to help others have a meaningful connection to the place they are visiting. Kotahi is a te reo Māori word that is both a both a verb and noun. As a stative...
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